The Right Mortgage and Protection Network launches online events programme
The Right Mortgage and Protection Network has launched a programme of online events aimed at supporting members despite the cancellation of face-to-face events.
The company’s National Training Event, originally set to take place in June, has been postponed to May 2021, although plans for the November edition of the event are currently still set to go ahead.
The business has worked alongside its providers to launch online workshops that support members to adapt during the current circumstances.
One of its most recent webinars saw 162 members sign up.
The events calendar is available to network members via its adviser site.
In addition, The Right Mortgage and Protection Network is providing an online hub to help members future-proof their business, while #therightadvice provides industry news across all social media platforms.
Martin Wilson, CEO at The Right Mortgage, said: “Everyone around the world is hoping for the pandemic to end so everything can return to normal, however, we know that, despite the current circumstances, our members are always looking for ways to improve and optimise their businesses and these webinars serve as a way to support them.
“I’m proud of the continuous hard work and efforts of our team, and the resilient nature of all members of our network.
“We are finding new ways to connect with our network, and hope to continue providing free, educational and informative events in the coming months.”
Adam Stretton, managing director at The Right Mortgage, added: “Whilst it’s disappointing to postpone our National Training Event, we do this to continue ensuring the safety of all those who attend, including our members, staff, speakers and sponsors, and are confident this is the correct decision to make at this time.
“Our next National Training Event on 26 November 2020 is still set to go ahead, and we’ll be doing all we can to ensure that event is an excellent experience for all involved.
“We encourage everyone, in the meantime, to follow government regulations, and stay safe, and we’re doing all we can to continue helping our members over phone, or email, whilst working remotely.”